Booming Games debuts in Colombian market via Rivalo partnership

May 11, 2023
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The move is the first step in its Latin American expansion plan.

Booming Games has partnered with Rivalo to introduce four new titles to the Colombian market. The iGaming developer will make its Latin American debut through its collaboration with Rivalo.

Booming Games says this is the initial step in “what is sure to be an exciting collaboration, with many more thrilling titles set to join the casino lobby in the near future.”

Players throughout the region can access Cash Pig and Buffalo Hold and Win, Crack the Bank Hold and Win, and Megahops Megaways, which Rivalo has integrated into its platform.

Booming Games noted that its decision to enter the Latin American market affirms the company’s strategic expansion plans and its desire to bring quality titles to players throughout the region.

Booming Games CCO Frederik Niehusen said: “Collaborating with Rivalo, a renowned and established brand, marks a significant milestone for our company.

“Rivalo distinguishes itself by providing a smooth, intuitive, and user-friendly gambling experience. This partnership will enhance our presence in LatAm markets, and we eagerly anticipate a fruitful collaboration.”

Rivalo Country Manager Felipe Agüero said the company is eager to develop a successful business relationship with Booming Games and described the partnership as a mutual win.

He commented: “We are delighted to onboard Booming Games, a prominent and dynamic game provider, whose comprehensive portfolio offers a thrilling and varied selection of products.

"We are confident their offerings will satisfy the demands of our players. We are excited to witness the growth and success of this partnership, and we believe it is a win-win situation for all parties involved."


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